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Question 1: Babe Ruth, in 22 seasons (several of them in the ________), hit 714 in 2503 games, or 1 homer every 3.5 games.
Pittsburgh PiratesHome runDead-ball eraBaseball

Question 2: It was first utilized on September 3, 2008 in a game between the ________ and the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field.
New York YankeesStaten Island YankeesYogi BerraNew York Yankees all-time roster

Question 3: A comparatively long home run can be described as Ruthian, named after ________'s legendary drives.
Roger ClemensJohnny Damon2003 American League Division SeriesBabe Ruth

Question 4: In Game 3 of the 1976 NLCS, George Foster and ________ hit back-to-back homers in the last of the ninth off Ron Reed to tie the game.
Pete RoseSandy KoufaxJohnny BenchFrank Robinson

Question 5: In World Series play, ________ was the most recent to hit a record three in one Series game, the final game in 1977.
2002 American League Division SeriesCatfish HunterReggie JacksonBilly Martin

Question 6: He delivered just one more pitch, which ________ drilled out of the park for a back-to-back shot, after which Root was removed from the game.
Lou GehrigJoe DiMaggioMickey MantleBabe Ruth

Question 7: ________
Babe RuthKen Griffey, Jr.Major League Baseball single-season home run recordMark McGwire

Question 8: An offshoot of ________, a "home run cycle" is where a player hits a solo, 2-run, 3-run, and grand slam home run all in one game.
2005 in baseball2009 in baseball2004 in baseballHitting for the cycle

Question 9: Negro Leagues during the era of segregation, is held by ________.
Michihiro OgasawaraShigeo NagashimaSadaharu OhHiromitsu Ochiai

Question 10: The first was on April 26, 2005 when ________ of the New York Yankees hit 3 home runs off Los Angeles Angels pitcher Bartolo Colón.
Derek JeterRoger ClemensAlex RodriguezMariano Rivera


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